20 Super Weapons You Didn’t Know Existed

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Remember all of the outlandish weapons that James Bond always kept at his side? It always seemed like he could just take something out of his pocket and it would start shooting or would explode. Or, how about all the space-age wonders that were used in great battles on Star Trek or Star Wars? While we science fiction fans were in awe of these miraculous marvels of weaponry, we always knew in the back of our minds that it was all fantasy. With today’s advanced computer technology, those far-out gadgets are not as impossible as we once thought.

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Hollywood used to be the only place where we could watch the galaxy be rescued with fantastic weaponry. Now, the United States and other global military powers have jumped on board and are testing futuristic weapons that were once figments of a writer’s imagination. With the monster of terrorism raising its ugly head in every corner of our world, scientists and engineers are introducing smart weapons that know how to hit their mark. While some of these weapons are just theory or are in the developmental stages, many others have already been tested and implemented in the armed services.

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Some of these weapons are meant to inhibit the enemy by destroying their weapons and other equipment. While there are some of these devices that can cause injury to human adversaries many of these modern developments are capable of completely annihilating a group of soldiers. A lot of these things look like props out of an alien invasion movie. With our new weapon technology, we are able to boldly go where no man has gone before in warfare.

1. Automated Bullets

Back in the early days of guns, the weapons and munitions were quite simplistic and the shooter was lucky to come close to the target. Our weaponry development has been upgraded a lot since those times and is now implementing laser technology.

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Experts in our American military have designed a bullet that follows the path of a laser. The bullet even has tiny wings that helps it stay on course or even change directions to hit the desired target. They hit with deadly precision and the shooter does not have to worry about missing anymore. These specialized bullets are being used in guns and larger weapons.


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